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Van Schendel, Willem(Editor). Identity Politics in Central Asia and the Muslim World: Nationalism, Ethnicity and Labour in the Twentieth Century. London, , GBR: I. B. Tauris & Company, Limited, 2001
Topics: Pan-Iranism, Iranian Nationalism, Pan-Turkism, Azerbaijan, Iran
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Sep 26, 2009 Yadollah Mansuri
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This is a study of the system of Verbs in Middle Persian and Modern Persian. Modern Persian tends to use more compound verbs however these verbs can easily be transformed into denominative verbs. The study looks closely at both Middle Persian (Pahalvi) and Modern Persian (Parsi-Dari) verbs
Topics: Middle Persian, Modern Persian, Verbs, Denominative verbs, Persian verbs, Persian language
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Safinaye Tabriz is a major Persian Encyclopedic text from the 13th century Ilkhanid era. Its compiler was a scholar from Tabriz who collected important works in Persian and Arabic and consolidated portions from important texts in one manuscript. This manuscript, which is the Safinaye Tabriz has also important linguistc value. A good amount of poems and writings in Fahlaviyyat are mentioned in this work. Here is an article by Dr. Sadeqi which discuses the Tabrizi and Karaji Iranic dialects (see...
Topics: Iranian languages, Old Azari, Fahlaviyat, Iranic languages
Abdul Qadir Maraghi was a famous Persian music theorists who has written four important books in music theory. All four books are written in Persian and constitute some of the most important books in Persian music theory. He also collected songs from various areas inside and outside of Iran. Here Dr. Ali Ashraf Sadeqi discusses the Iranic poems from the Tabriz, Qazvin, Mazanadaran, Hamadan and Ray dialects.
Topics: Iranian languages, Old Azari language, Abdul Qadir Maraghi
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Aug 24, 2009 H.W. Bailey
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The language of the Xiongnu has been the subject of the most varied hypotheses based on the few words, mainly titles or names of persons, which have been preserved in the Chinese sources. Here the eminent Iranologist H.W. Bailey breaks down the etymology and relates it to an East Iranian language of the Saka type. H.W. Bailey, Indo-Scythian Studies: being Khotanese Texts, VII, Cambridge, 1985, pp. 25-41.
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Topics: Harold Walter Bailey, Xiongnu, Hsiung-nu, Saka, Iranian languages
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Aug 24, 2009 H.W. Bailey
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The language of the Xiongnu has been the subject of the most varied hypotheses based on the few words, mainly titles or names of persons, which have been preserved in the Chinese sources. Here H.W. Bailey, a prominent linguist proposes that the language of the dominant rulers of the Xiongnu were related to an Eastern Iranian language. H.W. Bailey, Indo-Scythian Studies: being Khotanese Texts, VII, Cambridge, 1985, pp. 25-41.
Topics: Harold Walter Bailey, Xiongnu, Hsiung-nu, Iranian etymology
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Aug 23, 2009
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A groud breaking article by Kazuo Enoki on the origin of Hephtalites.
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Topics: Hephtalies, Iranian languages, Iranian nomads